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Around 1,000 Unite and Unison union members at United Utilities water treatment plants and offices in the North West of England struck last Friday and this Monday.
The government could block attempts to introduce a new Royal Mail pension scheme that postal workers’ union leaders are promoting to their members
Privatised workers at the British Museum protested on Tuesday to demand bosses bring them back in house after the collapse of outsourcing giant Carillion.
We’re expecting an important protest this Saturday in the battle to save five nurseries in Salford, Greater Manchester.
Aberdeen bus drivers struck on Monday of this week and planned to strike on Wednesday and Friday over the imposition of new contracts
Theresa May’s deal with the European Union over Brexit will see a 21 month “transition period” after Brexit on 29 March 2019.
Workers at 12 colleges are set to strike next Tuesday in a row over pay.
Politicians and big business will try every method to shape people’s views. And at the same time they will seek to make money from doing it.
Mass protests against corruption forced Slovakia’s social democratic prime minister Robert Fico to resign last Wednesday.
School workers in east London have the council on the run
Detained migrant women are demanding the Home Office be “held to account for their actions” as they begin the fourth week of a hunger strike.
Anti-racists will take to the streets to oppose a planned march by the racist Football Lads Alliance (FLA) in Birmingham on Saturday.
Workers are fighting to push forward the battle to defend pensions as the first wave of university strikes comes to an end this week.
The strike has infused new life into semi-moribund UCU branches
‘Scepticism of politicians is healthy. But too many people, fuelled by social media, indulge in knee-jerk cynicism ’
When the US spy Gina Haspel was presented to the queen at Buckingham Palace, she introduced herself as “minister-counsellor for co-ordination affairs” at the US embassy in London.
The hypocrisy around the gruesome attack on Sergei and Yulia Skripal is sickening. As if the Russian secret service dreamt up the practice of poisoning civilians all on its own.
The killing of socialist Marielle Franco has fed into wider anger at the state, says Charlie Kimber
Solid strikes by the UCU have given workers the confidence to fight for more, argues Sadie Robinson